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Aerial Assault

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  1. That actually takes place at the Lars Homestead, after Owen and Luke buy the droids.
  2. A fresh epidemic: announcers calling quarterbacks by their first names during game calls. "And now you see this strange decision by Baker . . . ." or "look at what happens during this rollout by Jameis." Just stop it already.
  3. Impeached, 100%. Convicted, I went with 30%. And that may be giving McConnell too much credit.
  4. Oh, no. I'm so very sorry to hear this. What a beautiful pup. May she rest in peace and I'm sorry for your loss.
  5. I will look at a WR for RB trade as well. Send offers. (I'm the 2-0 team with an FFA-inspired title.)
  6. I thought about this for a bit and I think you could do good acoustic renditions of both "Bye Bye Love" and "Magic" with one guitar if you arranged the part to cover some of the keyboard parts (and Orr's prominent bassline elements) as well. Two acoustic guitars would sound really good.
  7. You and some others here may be interested in this. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/anthropology-in-practice/follow-up-the-reasons-people-dont-return-their-shopping-carts/ This is a follow-up piece. The original article - linked at the start of this one - isn't necessarily worth the read; it got a little too jargony for my taste. (It also seemed to suggest that anyone returning carts is driven by a desire to fit in and conform to societal norms, instead of . . . well, frankly, just being a nice person regardless of what anyone else thinks and expecting nothing from it.) But the follow-up piece, complete with comments from all sides of the "debate" reacting to the original article, is excellent. Some of the cited comments are priceless, including at least one guy who employs some sort of pseudo-economic quasi-libertarian justification to explain why he - proudly! - doesn't return carts. In the time it took him to type that, I wonder how many carts he could have put back.
  8. Return corral! Thank you! Turns out that's exactly what it's called. Now I can be more articulate about my pet peeve. Yeah, that is not as bad because at least they made the effort, but it sounds like it's almost better that they didn't.
  9. Thank you for this and thanks to your son for his service. The courage of those men and women is amazing. Your son is a hero.
  10. I see I posted in here before, and I'm not going to check if I'm repeating myself, but . . . people who leave shopping carts loose in parking lots. Yes, sometimes certain lots don't have enough housing for the carts. Nonetheless, take the 60-90 seconds tops to walk your cart to the enclosure or ramp or whatever it's called. You'll get exercise. You'll prevent people's cars from getting hit. You'll assist the people working in the store. And you won't look like someone who's just too frigging self-absorbed or lazy to take care of this basic courtesy.